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Want to add that finishing touch to really make your artwork stand out and leave a long lasting impression, then choose an Emboss. It not only creates added impact on the artwork to the eye but makes it tactile. If you can hit more than one of your clients senses this is inevitably going to… Read More »
Our IT Manager Mark Casey (left in the image) completed his first Marathon on Sunday 9th October. The Plus net Yorkshire Marathon in a fantastic time of – 04:31:35 Well done Mark from all at PPS Grasmere, proving hard work pays off.
Our Graphic designer Nikki completed the 5k race for life in Huddersfield on Sunday (sporting a lovely pink wig). ‘It was great fun and the atmosphere was fab, huge well done to my friend who managed to run in a banana suit (pictured). Would like to thank everyone who sponsored me it means a lot,… Read More »
If you are a little puzzled weather to use coated or uncoated paper for your printing collateral, thought it didn’t matter, or think there was a difference please read on… Deciding which type and finish of paper to use for a print job is very important and can drastically affect the way a printed ink… Read More »
“A man-made decorative material that is applied to the surface of a substrate.” Following on from the last print finishing post about spot uv, this will hopefully give you the basic insight into the different types of lamination. Lamination adds a layer of protective coating, which is normally some type of plastic, often gloss or… Read More »
PPS Grasmere were proud sponsors of Stanley United football club. Celebrating their Golden anniversary.
So you’ve created some lovely new artwork for a new project and it’s now time to get your work printed. BUT have you thought about how to finish your work? Have you considered SPOT UV or embossing, or how about a matt lamination? When it comes to printing your next project, sometimes it’s best to… Read More »